The Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England ('the Commission')1, as respects an ancient monument2 situated in England3, or the Welsh Ministers4, as respects an ancient monument situated in Wales, may give advice with reference to the treatment of any such monument5. The Commission and the Welsh Ministers may also, if in their opinion it is advisable, superintend any work in connection with any ancient monument if invited to do so by the owner6, and must superintend any such work,
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